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The whole family loved this recipe. We dredged out wings in flour prior to crisping in the oil. We filled a baking dish with them while we made the sauce - then covered the wings and baked in the oven at 350 for 15 minutes - broiling for the last 2. I added garlic & red pepper flakes. Delicious - even better than many orange chicken dishes at the 'Chinese' restaurants.
I used chicken breasts like some others but my fault I overcooked. The sauce was amazing. Great orange flavor. I added a few shakes of red pepper flakes. I wished I had made rice for the extra sauce. So good I will make it again.
This was so fast and easy to make. It tasted great also. I used thighs cut into large chunks. I didnt have marmalade so I used mango butter. I put the thighs in a baking dish and tossed with the sauce. I cooked for 45 minutes at 350 degrees.
Amazing! I changed it up a bit but not much. I used boneless/skinless chicken breasts instead of wings and put them in a baking dish. For the glaze I used the marmalade & dijon mustard (just guessed on the amounts) and worchestershire sauce instead of soy. Covered the chicken with the sauce baked at 350 for about 30 minutes. Served over rice and made some extra sauce (added a little chicken broth to make it a bit saucier) - fantastic!!! (served with green beans)
Just made this followed advice to add cayenne and garlic to the sauce and used it on drumsticks. After browning the chicken followed reviewers' advice again to add sauce and bake at 350. This is a delicious combination of flavors we think!!
Kid approved! And seriously yummy! Definitely will make this one again. I added a little red pepper flakes for a touch of heat. Oh and a bit of ginger paste. I could see adding minced garlic and maybe dusting with toasted sesame seeds and/or minced green onion in the future.